Neodymium Magnet Overview

The materials used to create Neodymium magnets are extremely durable and hard wearing. These materials are typically very hard as well, often having been through a lot of wear and tear. This hardness means that the Neodymium magnets can actually withstand more force than other types of magnets. Neodymium magnets have a great advantage over other types of magnets when it comes to being able to withstand more force; this is important because of how these magnets are used in industries that deal with a lot of force.

Neodymium Magnets Overview

The materials used to create the Neodymium magnets are classified into four categories. The first category, Nomenclature includes Nomenclature Magnets, Nomenclator Magnets, Neode Magnets and Neodome Magnets. The next category includes the Magnifiers themselves. Magnifiers for these types of magnets range from 2-way to five-way directional controls. The third category includes the Magnifiers themselves and the Neodymum Magnifier itself. The last category contains the Magnifiers themselves and is comprised of the neodymium Magnifier and the neodymium magnet. The types of Neodymum Magnifiers that are available are classified as single stage, dual stage, three or four stage and multi-stage.

The neodymium Magnifier is the most common type of Neodymum Magnifier. It is a magnetic field detector. When magnetic fields are applied to a certain area of the magnets, then they will register these fields as well. Once these fields have been registered, then the magnet has registered the same magnetic field; when the two fields are aligned, then a reading is generated. The neodymium Magnifier is a very important part of a lot of manufacturing processes, which is why a lot of industries prefer to use them. This is also the reason why these Magnifiers tend to be expensive. In order to make them a little less expensive, many manufacturers create them in different sizes.